I am a PhD candidate at Old Dominion University (ODU), working at SWiMSys Lab directed by Professor Tamer Nadeem.
I am currently working on designing and implementing a comprehensive framework for improving the performance
of verities of applications running on mobile devices, primarily video streaming. Click on the first icon below if you would
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I have been working at the Smart Wireless and Mobile System (SwimSys) Lab at Old Dominion University for five years in which I involved in two main projects. Currently, I am conducting a research project related to video streaming on mobile devices. This is a collaborative project with AT&T research lab.
Worked as teacher assistant and lab instructor for more than 20 graduate and undergraduate classes at three different universities: Old Dominion University, New Mexico State University, and Tripoli University. Some of the courses taught are: Operating Systems, Computer Architecture, Database management Systems, Advanced Software Engineering, Architectural Support for Cloud Computing, Introduction to Networks and Communications, and Networked Systems Security.
Ph.D in Computer Science, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA, (Expected May 2018).
Thesis Titled: FlexStream: SDN-BASED Framework for Programmable and Flexible Adaptive Video Streaming.
Supervisor: Dr. Tamer Nadeem.
M.S. in Computer Science, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM, May 2011.
University of Tripoli, formerly known as Al Fatah University, Tripoli, Libya, March 2001.
My research interest focus on wireless networks, adaptive video streaming, and software defined network. In particular, my research interest revolves around enhancing the performance of adaptive players on mobile devices under various scenarios and different network conditions. I am involving in analyzing and evaluating the performance of adaptive players on Android devices, and currently designing and developing an SDN-based framework for enhancing video QoE on both WiFi and cellular networks. The following are two recent projects that I involved in: